Challenged Hope

Grandmother raising Grandchildren with FASD in Hamilton Ontario Canada


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Event: Eden Mills Writers’ Festival

Don’t Miss This Event: Eden Mills Writers’ Festival  — Sunday September 13th 2015!

I will be attending this event: Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, as publisher of my memoir: Two Decades Of Diapers, along with two friends and fellow authors, Viga Boland and Heather Lamb.

Come and meet us three, Barbara Studham, Viga Boland, and Heather Lamb at the event: Eden Mills Writers’ Festival on Sunday, September 13th from noon to 6:00pm. We love to talk about our books, so don’t be shy. We didn’t write our books to rot in cartons in our basements—we WANT to share our life experiences. My memoir describes the twenty years I spent raising four grandchildren with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Viga wants the world to know that incest is rampant and shares her own mind-blowing experience with incest at the hands of her father. Heather spent thirty-five years working as a bookkeeper in a Hamilton, Ontario, car dealership and writes humorously on the antics and escapades of her colleagues and the staff.

To learn more about the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, visit: http://www.edenmillswritersfestival.ca

Barbara Studham’s books are available from:

Viga Boland’s books are available from:

Heather Lamb’s new book, titled: This *#%$ing Car is a Lemon, will be available in 2016!

 

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Childhood Incest

I recently had the pleasure of meeting Viga Boland, author of No Tears For My Father. She is a survivor of incest and, in her book, writes about her experiences with this terrible crime. I realize this subject is of a sensitive nature, but if you would like to read how this evil oppression can destroy the minds of children, please go to the top menu bar of my website and hover over Expert Views, reading down the list until you find Viga Boland, Incest Survivor or visit her website at http://www.vigaboland.com.